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Post by Officer_Charon on Sat 1 Dec 2012 - 12:22

... Another one I have to add to my watchlist

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Post by boomer_gonz on Sat 1 Dec 2012 - 14:23

A cult classic to be sure. I admit though that this movie(though edited due to cable restrictions) along with Vampire Hunter D and Robot Carnival each seen in one stellar night; cemented my love for animation at a time when I was struggling with thinking I should've outgrown it by now.

Although I would've loved to see the completed "Neverwhere Land" as it seems to have had the potential of being the most thought provoking piece out of the entire film.

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Post by tremec6speed on Sat 1 Dec 2012 - 16:05

Seen that one. It's a goodie to be sure! Smile
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Post by Kiskaloo on Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 0:48

Why was I not told of this?





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Post by Professor Voodoo on Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 11:38

@Kiskaloo wrote:Why was I not told of this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pT79x4qM4FE
I was aware that it was in production, but not that it had been released yet. Pretty cool.

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Post by Awinnell on Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 12:41

all of the ship interiors are CGI,the original sets were scanned and then dismantled when BSG ended,given how crappy SYFY now is it's unlikely to become a new series and will remain a web/dvd special

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Post by Kiskaloo on Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 13:12

Well if they had ghosts, it would probably have been green-lighted as a new series.

Already pre-ordered the Blu-ray.

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Post by Awinnell on Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 15:38

@Kiskaloo wrote:Well if they had ghosts, it would probably have been green-lighted as a new series.

Already pre-ordered the Blu-ray.

or wrestling

They tried a prequel before with Caprica,but some brainiac decided to try and draw in more female viewers and toned down the action aspects of it,their research had shown that the action aspect had put off most ladies(there are always exceptions) from BSG,unfortunately it seems that made little difference to female viewers who never watched in the first place and bored the male ones silly,as a result hardly anyone watched Caprica and it was dropped,Blood and Chrome has returned to a more action based storyline aimed at the largely male Sci Fi fan base

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Post by tremec6speed on Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 19:16

@Kiskaloo wrote:Why was I not told of this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pT79x4qM4FE

Being an original Battlestar Galactica fan, to me it only goes to show how cool special effects (whose battles scenes seemed rushed somehow, the pacing maybe, not sure) are not enough. The show looks good over all, but man do I miss the original actors like Lorne Green, rest in peace. The feel is missing to me.... I dunno. Still like I said, over all one thumb up.
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Post by Professor Voodoo on Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 19:47

@Awinnell wrote: hardly anyone watched Caprica and it was dropped,Blood and Chrome has returned to a more action based storyline aimed at the largely male Sci Fi fan base
A shame, because Caprica was actually very good. Here in the US they never gave it a consistent time slot. If the audience doesn't know when the program is aired they won't watch.

I saw the entire series...but I had to wait until it was available on Netflix.

According to the ads on the Youtube teaser episode SyFy channel plans to broadcast the Blood & Chrome series in February.
Spoiler:
I watched all the youtube episodes (of B&C)...not bad, but I think they need to invest a little more in writing and character development. It seems like they're trying to hook the BSG Redux audience by ramming as many action scenes down our throats in as little time as possible. Hopefully things calm down and find their groove when regular length episodes start. Right now there's just nothing relatable in the characters.

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Post by Professor Voodoo on Fri 7 Dec 2012 - 2:22

Just caught Skyfall.
Spoiler:
I wouldn't expect a Bond film to get considered for any of the big Academy awards (like Best Picture or Director) but this film was so visually striking that I'd love to see it nominated for Best Photography.

They certainly ratcheted up the intensity for this one, and Javier Bardem offered up a great villain (even though he basically did the same character he did in No Country for Old Men). At one point they looked to be stealing a plot twist from The Dark Knight Batman movie, and the inquiry scene was a little cartoonish but those points are forgivable.

Really liked how the film took a short break from its own seriousness when Daniel Craig & Judi Dench ride in the Aston DB5.

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Post by Kiskaloo on Fri 14 Dec 2012 - 18:50

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Hello again, old friends. So nice to see you. And welcome, new friends.

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Post by Professor Voodoo on Fri 14 Dec 2012 - 19:00

@Kiskaloo wrote:The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Hello again, old friends. So nice to see you. And welcome, new friends.
Haven't seen it yet, but I find it amusing that Jackson, Walsh & Boyens have taken the shortest of the 4 books Tolkein wrote (5 if you count The Silmarillion, but that was just a posthumous assemblage of his notes) and split it up into two full length movies.

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Post by Kiskaloo on Fri 14 Dec 2012 - 19:16

@Professor Voodoo wrote:
@Kiskaloo wrote:The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Hello again, old friends. So nice to see you. And welcome, new friends.
Haven't seen it yet, but I find it amusing that Jackson, Walsh & Boyens have taken the shortest of the 4 books Tolkein wrote (5 if you count The Silmarillion, but that was just a posthumous assemblage of his notes) and split it up into two full length movies.
Three, actually:

An Unexpected Journey (2012)
The Desolation of Smaug (2013)
There and Back Again (2014)

And considering the first was three hours in length, one would expect the other two would be similar in length.

And then, of course, we'll probably have Extended Editions. Guh?

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Post by Professor Voodoo on Fri 14 Dec 2012 - 23:38

@Kiskaloo wrote:Three, actually:

An Unexpected Journey (2012)
The Desolation of Smaug (2013)
There and Back Again (2014)

And considering the first was three hours in length, one would expect the other two would be similar in length.

And then, of course, we'll probably have Extended Editions.
Jeeze...I knew they were thinking about doing 3, is that confirmed?

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Post by Three Dog on Mon 17 Dec 2012 - 23:45

I finally got around to watching Red Dog and... That is all *sniffle*

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Post by Professor Voodoo on Tue 18 Dec 2012 - 3:46

@Kiskaloo wrote:
@Alfisti wrote:So, just got back from seeing Iron Sky... umm... wow, not what I was expecting.

I heard about this during it's debut at the Berlin Film Festival. I'll add it to my rental list.
Just watched it. I'm still not sure if I liked it more or less than I anticipated. Either way it was not what I expected.

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Post by Alfisti on Sat 22 Dec 2012 - 8:10

From the "so bad it's good" vault: Italian Spiderman




Actually produced by an Australian outfit, whom more recently made Danger 5, airing on SBS. Yes, this actually gets on TV Very Happy

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Post by Officer_Charon on Sun 23 Dec 2012 - 12:16

Oh God.... their accents... the weapons... the fight scene.... OH GOD!!! NEED DRINKING GAME NOW!

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Post by Kiskaloo on Sun 23 Dec 2012 - 13:00

@Alfisti wrote:From the "so bad it's good" vault: Italian Spiderman...
@Officer_Charon wrote:Oh God.... their accents... the weapons... the fight scene.... OH GOD!!! NEED DRINKING GAME NOW!

It can't be worse than Payun's Captain America. NO

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Post by Alfisti on Mon 24 Dec 2012 - 2:42

@Officer_Charon wrote:Oh God.... their accents... the weapons... the fight scene.... OH GOD!!! NEED DRINKING GAME NOW!
I'm in Very Happy

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Post by Professor Voodoo on Wed 23 Jan 2013 - 14:53

Lincoln:
Wonderfully acted, costumed & shot, but very demanding to watch. It's two and a half hours of magnificent oratory, but that's kind of an ordeal to sit through in a theater...deprived of the opportunity to get up, stretch out and take a break. Don't think the sweeping speeches will be broken up by the occasional action scene either...it really is 2.5 hours of solid speaking, but absolutely magnificent speaking. The old wide screen epics of the 1960's had intermissions, this film could have used one.

It's certainly not an entry level history lesson. You have to walk into the theater with a solid knowledge of that period in American history because the characters will not be introduced...in some cases they're not even named, you're just expected to know who these people are by the context.
It seems impossible for Danel Day Lewis to do anything he's not magnificent in...and he's supported by great performances from Sally Field & Tommy Lee Jones.

I really enjoyed the movie, but to most I'd recommend seeing it at home on video just because of its length. If you do want to see it in a theater, pop a few ibuprofen pills first and enjoy.

The Life of Pi:
This is one I probably wouldn't have chosen to see myself, but I'm glad I was talked into it.
The visuals are stunning. You're aware that 80% of it is CGI, but it's "good CGI"...the kind that you can forget is CGI and just enjoy the story (as opposed to "bad CGI", which feels like you're watching a glorified cartoon).
There's a decent story too, which probably demands a few watchings before you catch everything...but this is mostly a visual feast. I saw it with 3-D glasses, which probably added to it, but I have little basis for comparison there.


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Post by Professor Voodoo on Thu 24 Jan 2013 - 0:14

The Hobbit Part 1:
Somebody please cut Peter Jackson's special effects budget and teach him that sometimes less is more.

It wasn't terrible. For a movie with a 2h 46m run-time it kept me reasonably entertained...but if I was a studio executive in charge of editing this film I think I could have cut an hour out of it without sacrificing any quality. Usually I look forward to the extended, director's cut version of films; this time I'm dreading it.

The problem is the action sequences. They go on forever, to the point where they just become tedious. Honestly they remind me more of Jackson's god-awful remake of King Kong more than his excellent work on the three LOTR films...in fact he re-cycles a few of the sequences from King Kong.

Trim a few of the interminable action scenes and you've actually got a pretty good film. Performance wise; the standout is Richard Armitage as Thorin Oakenshield. I first read the book when I was 11, and a few more times since, and he was not what I expected of the character, but Armitage was terrific in the role. He has a very commanding screen presence.
All-in-all it was a solid film...but the director's lack of restraint with his action scenes seriously weighed it down.

The 2011 version of The Three Musketeers:
Holy shit...this was easily one of the bottom-ten worst films I have ever seen. I can not think of a single aspect of this movie where the director, writers or producer made intelligent choices.
>Ridiculous plot devices.
>Anachronistic historical details.
>Campy acting.
>Bland action/stunt sequences.
>Boring musical score.
>And Orlando Bloom might have worn the worst wig in motion picture history.

Since I bring up Orlando Bloom I run the risk of Triela swooping in to his defense...or worse, taking the train up-river to come attack me with her lightsaber. Normally I like really Bloom, he's been great in other stuff but here he acts like a cartoon villain. It kind of reminds me of George Carlin's performance in Jersey Girl...he realized the film was awful and started making fun of it through his performance...kind of a subliminal message to the audience saying "Sorry...I know this is terrible, I'm only doing it for the paycheck."

I only watched this movie because I figured my OC Marisa would like it, but even she would have to agree this was a total turd. I'm honestly trying to think of one nice thing to say about this film, but I can't.

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Post by Nachtsider on Thu 24 Jan 2013 - 4:32

My only gripes with Life of Pi were the use of exposition to explain the fact that the island was carnivorous, and the fact that Ang Lee decided not to film Pi's 'alternate' version of events, opting instead to have Pi merely describe it in words. Other than that, I loved it. The shipwreck scene was harrowing as all hell, and I absolutely loved the electrical storm and 'whale leap' moments. Wish I caught it in 3D.

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Post by Triela on Fri 25 Jan 2013 - 16:40

@Professor Voodoo wrote:
Since I bring up Orlando Bloom I run the risk of Triela swooping in to his defense...or worse, taking the train up-river to come attack me with her lightsaber. Normally I like really Bloom, he's been great in other stuff but here he acts like a cartoon villain. It kind of reminds me of George Carlin's performance in Jersey Girl...he realized the film was awful and started making fun of it through his performance...kind of a subliminal message to the audience saying "Sorry...I know this is terrible, I'm only doing it for the paycheck."

No, I won't attack you... for now... Laughing I admit I saw that movie only for my Orlando. I liked that he played a villain for once and thought he did a great job. His acting was great, and he did have a comical vibe to him while still being evil. That's what so hard about being me. Even though actors are in bad movies I still watch them to see my favorite actors. XD

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Post by taerKitty on Fri 25 Jan 2013 - 18:07

Has everyone seen Star Wreck yet? I figure a bunch of Finns were snowed in, and one said that the ships in ST:TNG could beat the ones from Bab5, and another said no, and ...

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Post by Three Dog on Sat 26 Jan 2013 - 8:32

Just finished Skyfall. That guy was one of the best Bond villains I've seen in a long time.
Spoiler:
I definitely get Movie Bob's comparison with the Joker. Dude was a nut case.

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Post by Alfisti on Sat 26 Jan 2013 - 8:40

@taerkitty wrote:Has everyone seen Star Wreck yet?
Can't say I have, but it definately sounds like something I should be watching. Especially as it's from the same people who gave us Iron Sky.

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Post by Kiskaloo on Tue 29 Jan 2013 - 11:19

J.J. Abrams to direct Star Wars: Episode VII

He did wonders rebooting the Star Trek franchise, so fingers-crossed.

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Post by taerKitty on Tue 29 Jan 2013 - 11:32

Two words: "sophomore curse."

I
went into ST2009 expecting it to be another JJAbrams hocus-pocus
oooh-it's-all-a-mystery set of endless and, in the end, unsatisfactorily
resolved puzzles. Please understand: I loathed his television shows
and all those others in the Chris Carter school of "we don't need plot,
we have mystery!" And Cloverfield was a 120 minutes of "all right, show
me the damn critter that thousands of other people are seeing."

I
walked out utterly amazed at how simple it was to undo nearly 50 years
of oft-times self-contradicting canon, how "inelegantly obvious" it was.
It was sheer genius, and the execution was flawless. (Insert lens
flare joke here.)

Still,
I've seen plenty of Hollywood's scions have a great first outing, only
to crash and detonate their second time. Many let success get to their
heads. Others are just one-shot wonders.

Only if he can obliterate the box office with ST:ID will I then long for another one.

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Post by Kiskaloo on Fri 8 Feb 2013 - 15:11

Mystery Science Theater 3000 DVD Collection XXV is out so it's time for a riffing of a spoofing of the Italian Eurospy genre: Operation Double 007 starring Neil Connery, younger brother of Sean Connery.

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Post by taerKitty on Fri 8 Feb 2013 - 15:34

Oh, Ennio Morricone soundtrack!

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Post by Kiskaloo on Thu 14 Feb 2013 - 20:07

@Robert Frazer wrote:In other movie news, I watched the new Dredd tonight - despite my initial misgivings, it's actually a solid film. It looks lovely - there's great misé en scene with a credible vision of a dilapidated future adapted for the real world, and there's another feature that's rarer than hen's teeth... the 3D effects are superb and add to the intensity of the experience. The Slo-Mo sequences are genuinely captivating (the water playing around Ma-Ma in the bath is beautiful) and not overplayed. The content is pitched at the right level - it's entertaining for the squaxx to see the city realised in a different way, and accessible for the nonscrots who can walk into the cinema without needing a setting bible. It's not perfect - the story's perfunctory, it exaggerated the relentless grim darkness and disregarded the lighter side to MC1, and the characters (even Dredd) could have been more expressive - but it's a strong, muscular, uncompromising action flick that hits its marks confidently. A firm 8/10.

Just watched the Blu-ray. I found it entertaining.

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Post by Alfisti on Fri 15 Feb 2013 - 7:30

Was scratching around my HDD for something to watch over dinner (read: watch half an hour then turn it off to go do something else) and found "Moon"... which I haven't seen before.



Long story short: I wound up watching it all the way through.

Wow, downer of a movie, but definately worth a look. Can't say much without spoilers, but some of the themes reminded me of GSG.

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Post by Kiskaloo on Fri 15 Feb 2013 - 11:36

That was a very interesting film.

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Post by Nachtsider on Fri 15 Feb 2013 - 21:44

@Robert Frazer wrote:In other movie news, I watched the new Dredd tonight - despite my initial misgivings, it's actually a solid film. It looks lovely - there's great misé en scene with a credible vision of a dilapidated future adapted for the real world, and there's another feature that's rarer than hen's teeth... the 3D effects are superb and add to the intensity of the experience. The Slo-Mo sequences are genuinely captivating (the water playing around Ma-Ma in the bath is beautiful) and not overplayed. The content is pitched at the right level - it's entertaining for the squaxx to see the city realised in a different way, and accessible for the nonscrots who can walk into the cinema without needing a setting bible. It's not perfect - the story's perfunctory, it exaggerated the relentless grim darkness and disregarded the lighter side to MC1, and the characters (even Dredd) could have been more expressive - but it's a strong, muscular, uncompromising action flick that hits its marks confidently. A firm 8/10.

Dredd is opening in the US tonight, and I definitely think that it's worth a watch. If you do intend to go an see it, it's best to catch it in the cinema - I think that it would lose a lot of its presence on a television.
My face when I watched the slow-motion scene where Dredd and Anderson barge into the flat and shoot the criminals inside:



Seriously, that was one of the most jaw-droppingly gorgeous scenes of violence I've ever laid eyes upon. I was mesmerized.

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Post by Triela on Mon 18 Feb 2013 - 19:35

I saw Warm Bodies recently. It wasn't the best, but it was really cute. It was a nice take on zombies, and how some of them had higher intelligence. (Kinda reminded me of America Zombie, a little)

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Post by taerKitty on Mon 18 Feb 2013 - 21:44

The trailer for Warm Bodies looks great!

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Post by Triela on Mon 18 Feb 2013 - 23:34

@taerkitty wrote:The trailer for Warm Bodies looks great!

It was a good movie. It had nice effects, there were funny parts, and the main character is really attractive... Hehehe.

I say it's worth a watch. ^_^

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Post by Thescarredman on Tue 19 Feb 2013 - 19:56

@Alfisti wrote:Was scratching around my HDD for something to watch over dinner (read: watch half an hour then turn it off to go do something else) and found "Moon"... which I haven't seen before.



Long story short: I wound up watching it all the way through.

Wow, downer of a movie, but definately worth a look. Can't say much without spoilers, but some of the themes reminded me of GSG.

Yeah. I've watched it a couple times. Very Gunslinger Girl.
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Post by Kiskaloo on Thu 21 Feb 2013 - 11:57

Makoto Shinkai will have a new film out at the end of May (so I guess I'll be going to Tokyo for my birthday) titled Kotonoha no Niwa | 言の葉の庭 | The Garden of Words:




Shinkai wrote on his website that this is the first time he is making a "love" story — in the traditional Japanese meaning of the word. He added that there were words long before there were characters to write them in this world. The Japanese language during the era when it had no written form is known as "Yamato kotoba." The language during this time had its own pronunciations, before the importation of kanji characters from China.

At the time, "love" was written as "lonely sadness" (koi). Moreover, according to Shinkai, the modern concept of "love" (ai) was imported from the West. While his new Kotonoha no Niwa film is set in the modern era, it will be about koi in the original "lonely sadness" meaning — of longing for someone in solitude, as opposed to the modern meaning.

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Post by Kurosaka "Ery" Erika on Thu 21 Feb 2013 - 12:28

i've received a news from my friend and now, i'm on my way watching company of heroes movies XD
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Post by Kiskaloo on Tue 5 Mar 2013 - 18:20

Iron Man was great. Iron Man 2, not so much, but still solid. So I'll be in the theater for 3.

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Post by boomer_gonz on Wed 6 Mar 2013 - 2:43

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Post by Triela on Mon 11 Mar 2013 - 1:37

Been re-watching Saw again. I'm up to the 4th one, and yet I keep going back and watching the first one over and over again. I have watched it 5 times in 3 days or something. It's defiantly the best one plot wise, character wise, and without too much blood and guts. Plus it has Cary Elwes in it... On Cloud 9 Plus I have an OTP from the first Saw... LawrenceXAdam aka CHAINSHIPPING!! XD

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Post by Nachtsider on Mon 11 Mar 2013 - 6:48

@Triela wrote:Been re-watching Saw again. I'm up to the 4th one, and yet I keep going back and watching the first one over and over again. I have watched it 5 times in 3 days or something. It's defiantly the best one plot wise, character wise, and without too much blood and guts. Plus it has Cary Elwes in it... On Cloud 9 Plus I have an OTP from the first Saw... LawrenceXAdam aka CHAINSHIPPING!! XD

So yeah... Probably gonna watch it again tomorrow while I animate. Muh-m-muhahahaha!
The first Saw is wonderfully suspenseful, although I have to disagree that it provides the best character moments. Nothing can top the second film in the character department, if you ask me. I love it because we finally come face to face with the monster himself, and find out why he does what he does - important questions that remained unanswered in Saw I. The scenes where John and Detective Matthews interact feature some truly great acting, and cemented Tobin Bell's reputation as one of horror's finest stars.

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Post by Kiskaloo on Thu 14 Mar 2013 - 16:48

The Veronica Mars movie has been green-lit thanks to it securing over two millions dollars in funding in less than 24 hours via a kickstarter project.

As a huge fan of the TV series, I am a very happy panda. cheers

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Post by Alfisti on Sat 6 Apr 2013 - 20:00

I'm a little worried that part of me is willing to watch this just for "So Emma Watson showed up... Hermione just stole all of our shit."


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Post by Triela on Sun 7 Apr 2013 - 14:53

Just got back from seeing Evil Dead. It was AMAZING. THAT is a remake done right! Go see it you guys!!!! Very Happy

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Post by Kiskaloo on Wed 17 Apr 2013 - 8:03

So this is the remake of Donner's Superman and Superman 2?

Okay, I'm in.

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Post by Kiskaloo on Mon 22 Apr 2013 - 18:12

Just got back from Oblivion.

A very different film than I expected and a very better film than I expected.

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Post by Alfisti on Sat 25 May 2013 - 6:57

Finally caught Star Trek: Into the Darkness.

It was awesome, to pick some favorite bits from it:
- Benedict Cumberbatch hamming it up. They need to put him in more things... but I'm never going to be able to watch Sherlock the same way again.
- Short, retro miniskirts and....
- ...last, but certainly not least:
Spoiler:
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At which point I completely lost it after having managed to hold back the laughter for that entire scene. I'd be curious to know what it looked like for those who were not aware of from where it was lifted from.

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Post by Triela on Sun 26 May 2013 - 16:59

I.

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Star Trek.

That whole movie was such a great experience. There was a lot more Spock, which I loved. <3333 The only thing that ruined it for me was dumb Cumberbatch. I hate the guy. He's SOOOOOOO ugly and he's a terrible person. His only redeeming quality is his voice. Now all the Sherlock fans are clamoring into the Star Trek fandom and saying he was be best thing in the movie. Kill me.

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Post by Kiskaloo on Tue 28 May 2013 - 22:28

@Alfisti wrote:Finally caught Star Trek: Into the Darkness.

Just finished it myself. Quite entertaining, but not as good as the first movie. Honestly, it felt more like a Michael Bay film than a J.J. Abrams film (well, maybe Michael Bay channeling a little Nicholas Meyer considering some of the plot elements). One podcaster referred to it as the "Transformers 2 of Star Trek movies" and I tend to find myself in at least partial agreement.

Seeing it in 3D probably didn't help since I tend to dislike the "cardboard cutouts moving in front of a background" effect such live-action movies tend to have for the first 15-20 minutes until my brain integrates it properly as well as a lot of stuff flying everywhere.


Also saw the trailer for Ender's Game. Never read the book (though I know the basic story), but I'll be there for the movie.


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Post by Professor Voodoo on Wed 29 May 2013 - 0:08

@Kiskaloo wrote:Just got back from Oblivion.

A very different film than I expected and a very better film than I expected.
Just saw that tonight. It was okay, but once you figure out what's really going on (which happens about halfway through the running time) it becomes a bit tedious. The visual effects were well executed...interesting but used in such a way that they did not overwhelm the film.

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Post by Kiskaloo on Tue 11 Jun 2013 - 11:54

Official trailer for the Live Action adaption of Kiki's Delivery Service:



http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2013-06-09/more-of-live-action-kiki-delivery-service-cast-revealed-in-costume

Have to say I'm looking forward to this one. Kiki's is my favorite Studio Ghibli / Miyazaki anime.


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